Since private schools don’t typically publish the same data that is available for public schools, it can be hard to compare schools when trying to choose which one is right for your family. Luckily, St. Louis Magazine publishes an annual private school information chart in their March issue to help families compare the schools.
Some of the high schools don’t publish test scores, but here are the ones that give you their results of the SAT & ACT college entrance tests.
|Abiding Lutheran Savior||78%|
|Cardinal Ritter College Prep||20|
|Chaminade College Prep||24||1704|
|Christ Community Lutheran||78%|
|Christian Brothers College||22|
|Cor Jesu Academy||28||1859|
|Crossroads College Prep||27||1830|
|De Smet Jesuit||26||1888|
|Grace Chapel Lutheran||60%|
|Lutheran High School North||31|
|Lutheran High School South||25|
|Mary Institute & Country Day (MICDS)||28||1975|
|North County Christian||22|
|The Principia||mid 50%|
|St. John the Baptist||21|
|St. Louis Priory||29||1938|
|St. John Vianney||23|
|St. Joseph’s Academy||25||1807|
|St. Louis University High School||29||1963|
|Tower Grove Christian||24|
|Westminster Christian Academy||27||2080|
|Word of Life Lutheran||73%|
Yes, there are many other factors to use to determine which school is right for your child. Test scores aren’t everything. But, they are a piece of the picture that is often hard to obtain on your own. I hope you find the chart helpful.
For more information on many of these schools, take a look at my school information page which also includes links to every public high school district in the area and public school state report cards.
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